The figure below shows my scenario. We have got a college from which students (3-6 per given session) should attend lectures over the web. The students sits in one room (at the college site) in front of a Cisco TelePresence System. The lecturers are located all over the world and will connect one at a time via internet. The solution should allow lecturers to share content and vice versa.
May you please help me with information and explanation on the most ideal Cisco TelePresence scenario.
From what you are saying I think I can deploy the solution as shown in the figure below. One Cisco VCS Starter Pack hosts all the devices. The VCS uses a public IP address. The CTS-SX-20 is on the same site with the VCS though they are in different networks. The Movi clients connect to the VCS through the internet using the public IP and calls can be made between each Movi client and the SX-20. There is no firewall in use at the college.
Will such a solution work? Are there any components (software or hardware) that I need to add or remove from the setup shown?
Yes, the above setup should work fine for you. I believe that you would also require the Cisco TMS (Telepresence Management Suite) which would deploy TMS Agents for the Movi to work. You can get the TMS in an appliance model or as a hardware model depending upon your needs.
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